To The Moon and Back

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11am - 11.40am : The Gallery

Family Event Free Show
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  • Disabled parking
  • Wheelchair access
  • Toilets
  • Disabled toilets

The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich, NR2 1TF

01603 727 950


Sat 17 Feb
  • 11am - 11.40am
  • 2pm - 2.40pm
Sun 18 Feb
  • 11am - 11.40am
  • 2pm - 2.40pm
Mon 19 Feb
  • 2pm - 2.40pm
Tue 20 Feb
  • 11am - 11.40am
  • 2pm - 2.40pm
Wed 21 Feb
  • 11am - 11.40am
  • 2pm - 2.40pm
Thu 22 Feb
  • 2pm - 2.40pm
Fri 23 Feb
  • 11am - 11.40am
  • 2pm - 2.40pm
Sat 24 Feb
  • 11am - 11.40am
  • 2pm - 2.40pm

An interactive family play exploring the science of space

A limited number of tickets to this event will be available on the day. Please visit the Info Desk in The Atrium of The Forum each day to book.

To the Moon and Back is a brilliant one-man interactive play about the science behind a rocket-trip to the moon! Written by and starring Norfolk Panto Legend and Britain's Got Talent star, Ben Langley - this is a show the whole family will enjoy.

Expect laughter and adventure as young Tom and his AI friend, Squiffy, embark on a mission to the stars.

This play is supported by the People's Postcode Trust, a grant-giving charity funded by the People's Postcode Lottery.

Age 5+


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Essential Companion tickets

If you have access requirements, and need someone to accompany you to make your visit to this event easier and more comfortable, please feel free to book an additional ticket for an Essential Companion using the links above.

Please also contact us before the event, at [email protected], with any access information that you feel would be helpful to our team in ensuring your visit is as comfortable as possible. 

About Ben

Ben is a comedian, actor, writer and director - best known for his stand-out performance on Britain's Got Talent, when his misheard lyrics routine wowed the judges! Ben is a comedy legend in Norfolk, and is often seen performing in the Hippodrome Christmas Spectacular in Great Yarmouth.

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